Hannah Abbott, Cheverus senior, center back: One of the state’s top players, Abbott has committed to UMaine. She scored 14 goals last year and has exceptional field skills. Will control the tempo of the game.

Sydney Bouchard, York senior, forward: Overlooked last year, Bouchard figures to be York’s leading scorer this year. She had nine goals and seven assists and has a strong hit and stick skills.

Sam Carriero, Scarborough senior, goalie: A three-year starter, Carriero brings experience and confidence to the goal. She moves well and challenges shooters.

Logan Champlin, Massabesic senior, wing: Had 14 goals and eight assists and is very dangerous in the circle, with the ability to find open teammates or put the ball in through tight spaces.

Kyleigh Cote, Sanford senior, forward: Sanford’s second-leading scorer last year, she has good stick skills and is quick with the ball in the circle.

Olivia Deschenes, Lake Region senior, forward: Missed all of last year with a knee injury but was an MFHA all-state selection as a sophomore. Her return should help the Lakers in every area of the field.

Wyley Fitzpatrick, Mt. Ararat sophomore, forward: Scored 20 points to lead the Eagles in scoring last year as a freshman. Extremely fast, she is tenacious in the circle digging at loose balls.

Sydney Gilbert, Portland senior, forward: Last year’s leading scorer, Gilbert is very dangerous in the open field, with breakaway potential whenever she gets the ball.

Leah Glidden, Marshwood junior, wing: A second-team all-SMAA selection last year, Glidden scored several big goals for the Hawks last year. Good passer with a strong hit.

Megan Gordon, Camden Hills senior, midfield: A two-year captain and member of the varsity for four years, Gordon is a strong defensive player who excels in the transition game.

Britney Gregoire, Kennebunk senior, forward: A returning MFHA all-state selection, Gregoire scored 19 goals and 10 assists and was a first-team Western Maine Conference selection. Possesses great stick skills and a powerful shot.

Mikayla Grier, Old Orchard Beach senior, forward: Last year’s leading scorer for the Seagulls, Grier is a four-year starter who has improved every season. She has the ability to score in any situation.

Cat Henaire, Thornton Academy junior, forward: A member of the SMAA all-rookie team last year when she scored 16 goals and 10 assists. Very dangerous in the circle, especially on corner plays.

Paige Laverriere, Biddeford junior, forward: A returning MFHA all-state selection, Laverriere had 11 goals and five assists last year to lead the Tigers. Extremely fast and possessing good stick skills, she’s tough to stop in one-on-one situations.

Maddison LeBeau, Westbrook senior, midfield: Verbally committed to play at St. Anselm, LeBeau is a four-year starter for the Blazes. She had six goals and five assists last year and generally controls the midfield for Westbrook with her ability to read the field.

Grace McGouldrick, Gorham senior, forward: A second-team all-SMAA selection last year, McGouldrick scored 14 goals as the Rams’ leading scorer. Great athlete with good game vision and excellent speed.

Sophie McGrath, Yarmouth senior, midfield: One of the team’s most athletic players, she will play a big role in Yarmouth’s transition game. She sees the field well and makes accurate passes.

Sydney Meader, Boothbay senior, center forward: Has committed to play at the University of Maine. Scored 24 goals last year along with seven assists. Has scored 48 goals in her career. Good stick skills and game sense.

Sydney Meredith-Pickett, Greely senior, midfield: A returning MFHA all-state selection and first-team Western Maine Conference all-star, Meredith-Pickett has become one of the steadiest players in the conference. She sees the field well and distributes the ball where it’s needed.

Taylor Ouellette, Thornton Academy senior, left wing: Had 19 goals and three assists last year to lead the Trojans. Quick hands with good stick skills make her dangerous in the circle.

Sophia Pompeo, Cheverus junior, midfield: A returning MFHA association all-stater, Pompeo is one of the most dangerous offensive players in the state, using her speed and stick skills to carry the ball around and through defenders. Scored 14 goals last year and has 19 in her career.

Nicole Roberts, Traip Academy sophomore, goalie: A second-team Western Maine Conference selection last year, Roberts is athletic and plays an aggressive game in goal.

Amber Rose, North Yarmouth Academy junior, forward: Has the ability to play anywhere on the field but is very dangerous offensively, with 32 goals and 11 assists the last two years. Has verbally committed to play at the University of Massachusetts.

Emma Rutledge, Massabesic senior, center forward: Had 18 goals and eight assists last year for the Mustangs. Possesses great speed and the ability to stickhandle around defenders in a tight spot.

Emma Warner, Morse junior, defender: Warner makes the move back from center midfield to bolster the Shipbuilders’ defense. She has strong stick skills and communicates well.

– Mike Lowe